The city of Tulcea is at the forefront of Romanian-Chinese collaboration, Ambassador of the People’s Republic of China to Romania Xu Feihong stated at the 20th anniversary of the signing of the Twinning Protocol between the Tulcea County Council (CJ) and the Suzhou Municipality of China.
“The exchanges and collaborations at local level represent an integral part of Chinese-Romanian relations. The collaboration between the Suzhou Municipality and the Tulcea County is at the forefront of the bilateral collaboration and we very much want for this collaboration to reach a deeper degree of involvement,” the Chinese Ambassador to Romania stated during the opening of the exhibition titled ‘Culture and practice in Wu medicine. An excellent example from traditional Chinese medicine.”
Upon the event’s completion, Ambassador Xu Feihong appreciated that the traditional medicine center which has been running for two years in Tulcea is a tangible the result of bilateral cooperation. “I wish for this center to become an incubator of collaboration between the two parties and to help us broaden our relations to have more concrete results,” the Chinese Ambassador added, according to Agerpres.
In his turn, Tulcea County Council Chairman Horia Teodorescu appreciated that bilateral relations between the municipalities of Suzhou and Tulcea, which have materialized through exchanges of experience at an administrative level as well as through events in the cultural and healthcare fields.
“We are trying to identify together development opportunities and other fields of collaboration. We want to further these relations by bringing to the table the business environment. (…) All other sectors will benefit from the broadening of this relations,” Teodorescu stated.
The Tulcea and Suzhou municipalities have established twinning relations via the protocol signed on 20 September 1995, under which the two municipalities convened to strengthen exchanges and friendship between the two peoples, though jointly promoting economic and commercial exchanges and through developing cooperation in the fields of science, technology, culture, sport, health and education.